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Week 2: Controls

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Week 2: Controls BIOL 01104

Biology I: Diversity, Evolution, and Adaptation
Professo Malcolm

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Control groups and different kinds of studies
Biology I: Diversity, Evolution, and Adaptation
Professo Malcolm
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by jlvidro on Sunday September 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 01104 at Rowan University taught by Professo Malcolm in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see Biology I: Diversity, Evolution, and Adaptation in Biological Sciences at Rowan University.

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Date Created: 09/20/15
Week 2 Controls September 14 2015 Controls Negative control is kind of like adding a second control group For example 0 Treatment water acid Control nothing added Neg Control water The treatment in the example is designed to test if acid rain affects the ants Since there is water involved in the treatment pot we need a separate pot to determine whether the water in the treatment pot is affecting the ants This is the purpose of a negative control Comparative Tests and Observational Study 0 Observe and measure variables without interfering o No control of variables This would be useful in human and animal studies for ethical reasons and regulations Design what do you want to test 0 Experimental controlledmanipulated variable Field experiment done with an experimental design but done in natural setting rather than lab setting 0 Observational Not manipulated no control Observational Studv does not have a treatment group Communicating Science 0 Peerreviewed papers gt very competitive 0 Outline hypothesis and methods 0 Effective papers clearly explain their results conclusions and engage a wide audience


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